Gilligan's Island

Season 2 Episode 13

Gilligan Gets Bugged

Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Dec 16, 1965 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Gilligan's thinks he is doomed after being bitten by a yellow and green bug. Soon, the other castaways are also bitten by the same bug.

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    Bob Denver

    Bob Denver


    Jim Backus

    Jim Backus

    Thurston Howell III

    Tina Louise

    Tina Louise

    Ginger Grant

    Alan Hale

    Alan Hale

    Jonas Grumby (The Skipper)

    Natalie Schafer

    Natalie Schafer

    Eunice Wentworth 'Lovey' Howell

    Dawn Wells

    Dawn Wells

    Mary Ann Summers

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (16)

      • Gilligan: Hey Skipper, what time is it?
        Skipper: It's 10 after two.
        Gilligan: Thanks.
        Thurston: It's five after two.
        Gilligan: Good. That's five extra minutes.

      • Ginger: Do you know what we're looking for?
        Mary Ann: Of course. We're supposed to find a basketful of ferric nitrate.
        Ginger: Ferric nitrate. Sounds like a good name for a cowboy star.

      • Gilligan: What are you trying to make?
        Professor: A serum.
        Gilligan: Syrup? Oh I love syrup. I love it on toast, and pancakes, and ice cream-
        Professor: Gilligan, I said serum, not syrup.
        Gilligan: Is that good on pancakes?

      • Gilligan: What are you trying to make?
        Professor: A serum.
        Gilligan: Syrup? Oh I love syrup. I love it on toast, and pancakes, and ice cream-
        Professor: Gilligan, I said serum, not syrup.
        Gilligan: Is that good on pancakes?

      • Thurston: Lovey, just don't sit there. Stuff some paper under the door.
        Lovey: darling, we haven't got any paper.
        Thurston: Well, use money. And after the danger has passed we can unfold it.
        Lovey: Shouldn't we be trying to get whatever it is Gilligan needs to be cured?
        Thurston: The first law of human nature is self-preservation and I intend to be very very law-abiding.
        Lovey: Darling, you can't be serious. We must do something to help the poor boy.
        Thurston: You're absolutely right. I forgot for a moment that I'm a Howell. And a Howell is never chicken. Pheasant, perhaps, but never never chicken.

      • Professor: Gentlemen, I have some news.
        Skipper: Good news?
        Professor: Well, there's some good news and some bad news.
        Skipper: What's the good news? We could sure use some.
        Professor: There does seem to be an antidote for the bite of the mantiscani.
        Skipper: Hey, that's great, Professor.
        Thurston: The bad news?
        Professor: We don't have any of the ingredients here on the island. However, I have some more news, some good and some bad.
        Skipper: What's the good news?
        Professor: It's possible to use substitutes.
        Thurston: And the bad news?
        Professor: I'm not sure we can find all the substitutes. These are the things we'll need: calcium carbonate, cellulose sulfide, and ferric nitrate.
        Thurston: You buy those syllables wholesale?
        Professor: I know it sounds complicated, Mr. Howell. But all of these substitutes can be found in relatively common sources: Clam shells, papaya root, mustard plants.
        Skipper: Oh well fine, Professor. We'll get on it right away.
        Professor: Just a minute. There's more news.
        Thurston: Good news and bad news.
        Skipper: What's the good news?
        Professor: In 24 hours, I can make enough antidote to save Gilligan.
        Thurston: My turn. The bad news?
        Professor: It won't do the rest of us any good.
        Skipper: What difference does that make, Professor? We weren't bitten.
        Professor: The mantiscani bug travels in swarms of millions. Chances are, by sundown, we'll all be bitten.
        Thurston: They wouldn't dare bite a Howell. Would they?

      • Lovey: But there must be something we can do for the poor boy.
        Skipper: But what can we do?
        Lovey: We can take him some chicken soup.
        Skipper: Mrs. Howell, he was bitten by a deadly bug. Chicken soup won't help.
        Lovey: But it won't hurt.

      • Lovey: If one scratches, one itches.

      • Thurston: We'll just stroll by very casually, you see, and ask him if he itches.
        Lovey: Darling, that's such bad manners. One can't go up to a perfect stranger and ask him if he itches.
        Thurston: Well, he's not a stranger, and we know that he's far from perfect.
        Lovey: Yes, well anyway, I think the whole thing's ridiculous.
        Thurston: Darling, I had hoped to protect you, but I must tell you the truth. Our little friend Gilligan has only 21 hours left.
        Lovey: Left for what?
        Thurston: Then he goes to that great deserted island in the sky. Only 21 hours.
        Lovey: Oh but doesn't he pick up an hour west of the Rockies?
        Thurston: Darling, you don't understand. He was bitten by a bug.
        Lovey: Darling, that's silly. We've all been bitten. This crazy islands filled with bugs.
        Thurston: This is the dreaded mondoconi. Or is it conomondi? A deadly bug with a green body and yellow wings.
        Lovey: Oh what a terrible color scheme. No wonder it's deadly.

      • Gilligan: What's wrong? What's wrong?
        Ginger: You scared us.
        Gilligan: I scared you? Boy, you sneak up behind a guy and you scream. That's what I call scaring a person.
        Mary Ann: What's that?
        Gilligan: What does it look like?
        Ginger: We know what it looks like.
        Gilligan: that's what it is, a bathtub.
        Mary Ann: A bathtub?
        Gilligan: Yeah. I gotta find some sticky stuff to line it so it wouldn't leak.
        Ginger: We brought you something.
        Gilligan: Sticky stuff?
        Mary Ann: No, a pie.
        Gilligan: A pie? Boy, girls don't know anything. You can't line a bathtub with a pie. In your first bath, you'd be covered with crumbs.

      • Skipper: Why don't you both take [the pie] to [Gilligan]? It would look so natural. I mean, two girls taking a stroll.
        Mary Ann: Carrying a pie.
        Ginger: Who would believe that?
        Skipper: Gilligan.
        Ginger: Anybody else, no. Gilligan, yes.

      • Skipper: Come on, girls. It's not hopeless. We don't know that [Gilligan's] got all the symptoms yet.
        Ginger: Skipper, the last time I saw him he was so pale and so thing and so ill.
        Skipper: But Gilligan always looks like that.

      • Professor: About all we can do is to watch [Gilligan] for symptoms.
        Skipper: Symptoms?
        Professor: Yes, the classic symptoms are aches and pains in the joints.
        Skipper: Aches and pains.
        Professor: Complete loss of appetite.
        Skipper: Complete loss of appetite.
        Professor: And a severe case of itching.
        Skipper: And a severe case of itching. At least I know what to look for now. Pains in his appetite, loss of joints, and an ache in his itching. Oh Professor, I'm so upset, I don't know what I'm saying.

      • Skipper: Pardon my saying so Gilligan, but isn't this a little big for a bathtub?
        Gilligan: Not for me. I like a lot of boats in my tub.
        Skipper: Boats?
        Gilligan: Yeah, you see, I play war games with the boats. I put the red navy on this side and the yellow navy on that side then I send out a destroyer, and then I send out a battleship-
        Skipper: No, wait a minute, Gilligan. Never, never send out an aircraft carrier, then you get all….How do I get myself caught up in these things?
        Gilligan: I never play with a submarine in the bathtub. You gotta watch out where you sit.

      • Skipper: Little buddy, your big buddy has had it.
        Gilligan: Me too. If the professor wants this stuff, let him make it himself.

      • Thurston: Oh there must be joy in bugville. Two Howells in one day.

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